In our new report, “Still A Dream,” we note progress—alongside some humbling findings about how far we have to go.
Congress should establish a national commission to examine the legacy of slavery and propose reparations funded by breaking up concentrated wealth in the United States.
From its earliest beginnings, DHS has been associated with some of our country’s worst scandals.
If he can pressure Congress now into funding the fight against illegal union busting, he can take an important step toward repairing that damage.
New poverty data reveals the effectiveness of pandemic aid programs that are now expired. For poor Americans, building on that success is a matter of life and death.
It was poverty that made the pandemic so deadly. We shouldn’t compound the tragedy of 1 million COVID-19 deaths by letting it continue.
Less than one percent of the Pentagon’s new $782 billion budget is marked for Kyiv. About 50 times as much will go to for-profit corporations.
In the past, crises with Russia have led to landmark agreements. The Biden administration should take that opportunity today.
The Pentagon now claims no wrongdoing in a parting drone attack that killed seven children. International law and basic morality demands real accountability.
Instead of resetting U.S. relations with Iran, Biden has mostly continued the course of aggression set by the Trump Administration.
As more communities rise up to resist the well-known danger of fossil fuel extraction, the industry has been radicalizing against democracy.
Congress rarely links poverty to militarism, but that’s about to change.
While low-wage employees lost hours, jobs, and lives, their CEOs got raises. It’s time to tax huge CEO-worker pay gaps.
When the world needed collaboration across borders to control the pandemic, U.S. militarism led to the opposite. We must change course.